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.96%. >> i would like to see the west of twin peaks labor quit later. >> -- neighborhood layer. >> i think we had heard testimony from the twin peaks improvement association with that. they saw twin peaks boulevard as being a strong border. >> the purple is the west of twin peaks council submission. >> thank you. any other questions? deviation, -0.69%. commissioner tidwell: could you say it again? yes. >> thank you. commissioner schreiber: yes. >> no. commissioner mondejar: yes. vice chair lam: yes. commissioner melara: yes. commissioner leigh: yes. >> please make this change. the last thing on our list is the hill. >> melissa, do you want to make that proposal? highlighting the block of th e post of van ness and franklin which would put the cathedral hill development in 25. >> that is a population of one person. >> who lives there? >> the guards. >> the deviation for district 2 would be -5%. we will be checking on that. >> it is still ok. it is still ok. >> would you like us to check on the deviation? we can take a look at it. >> it becomes 6.9944. >> i have some good news for you. the devia
of the neighborhood. for instance, the neighborhoods, sort of within the west of twin peeks council, whatever it is, 30 neighborhoods versus the west of twin peaks council, which we did not print to district seven, i think we should be fairly clear about the neighborhoods versus the general categories. so i don't think it's complete and reflective of what should go into each of the sections. >> i don't think i understand, i confess. >> the submissions on the consultants, district seven goes west of twin peaks council and district seven. we did not include all west of twin peaks council. we excluded pinelake park and that whole area in district four. and i believe there might be one other distinction. so again -- >> seems like that's a good example of the discussion we had, depending on whose definition one uses, they are accurate or not accurate. >> so my pontiffcation would be that is not accurate by anyone's description because the west of twin peaks council was not included in the entirety but we included 30 of the 32 neighborhoods. >> let me ask this then, through this process we identify those
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. that is why 26 -- excuse me, that is why the twin peaks this play is so important. -- display is so important. we have to help educate others and present -- and prevent it from happening again. what happened during the holocaust must never be repeated. [applause] >> to illustrate that that same kind of it hatred -- same kind of hatred exists, we would like to welcome mr. christopher to talk about his efforts in uganda, where they try to have legislation to execute days. [applause] -- execute gays. >> what has been happening in you gonjeh. -- in uganda, in the old days of the yemen persecution of the homosexuals. homosexuality in uganda can be punished by death, hanging. and imprisonment for life. and for those who have called for homosexuality, they will be in prison for a number of years. and a woman cannot be a homosexual or else she will be punished. it will be very difficult -- the execution of the people in uganda. we thought that this bill had been forgotten or thrown out. but the support that we heard from all over the world since 2009. it has been revived. some of the leaders are behi
fertilization and is now the proud mother of twins. congratulations to you. at considerable cost and all the emotional stress on you and your husband and the other wounded warriors who are going through this. first to you, senator, what can be done about it? >> right now, the v.a. has a ban on paying for fertility treatments. to me that is just wrong. we have over 600 service members and their spouses who have one of the signature wounds of this war from an ied explosion or otherwise where they have genital or urinary tract injuries that prevent them from having a child. providing fertility services is the difference between them, their life's dream of raising young children and having that taken away from them. to me, it's just no nonsense common sense, let's provide this kind of fertility treatment for them through the v.a. for both the service member and their spouses, and that's what i'm attempting to change. >> tracy, tell us about the twins, how old are they now, and what you went through with your husband, the cost, the expense of all of this, and fighting the bureaucracy. >> well
walking with all of you. we will be looking up to the twin peaks and seeing the bright colors identifying this mark, remembering what it means, educating other generations. i have to admit, when i looked down on this hill, i also got other memories. we had to get the goats up here. i am still seeing these dotes on the hillside. where are they? [laughter] patrick, thank you again for all of the effort to clean this up. you see these busloads of visitors who are wondering what it is and they get educated on the meaning of our city. the other thing i want to say -- nancy pelosi has been such a wonderful leader triet -- leader. it has been through her efforts, following her, when the federal government was unable to provide the funds to have enough money for hiv, the state, all of her efforts, the budget was not there. we had a little bit of luck in san francisco. we followed their leadership and we made those cuts with the wonderful relationship of the mayor's office working with all of the members of the board of supervisors. that is how we work together. we do not use an excuse. it is all
for a least $1.4 million to lenient. but the the twin bed and of and fred sink a small kitchen tables as a reporter joe vasquez has the skinny on the shoebox apartment. san francisco smallest apartment could soon get even smaller. >>> it is a little cramped. patrick kennedy of the firm shows the life-size model of the department by the state is a little smaller than the one being opposed for san francisco. they're about the to thousand college students every year. we can build several thousand new units of housing specifically for that demographic idd student in the single techies. runners live in decent housing conditions. audi's and would-be if the tiny apartment becomes the new affordable housing. >>> were concerned about is the president. that it's ok for people to live-in ice the shoebox apartments. please make sure they're building diverse housing scar winner has proposed any changes his colleagues will decide that his supervisors baez's meeting two weeks from today. >>> is your love the giants you were disappointed. from kansas city bennet is next. history repeated itself to
. >> west of twin peaks submission here, what we submitted was the planning neighborhood. it was not the council neighborhood boundaries. what is on here is actually correct. mr. mcdonnell: thank you. do you have an electronic document? ms. tidwell: it is a subset of what i included. maybe just for purposes of, we can move district by district. mr. mcdonnell: ok. we will get that information and insert that. can we move to section 6? anything else in section 5? we are going to insert -- we are going to insert the neighborhoods into this section of section 5 under each district with the deviation. comment? discussion? >> in section 5, that will only include those seven districts that are -- >> we decided to do the mall. >> ok. the header will appropriately reflect where districts deviate more than 1%, but we will list all 11 of them in this section. is that what you're saying? mr. mcdonnell: that is. ms. lam: will -- mr. pilpel: will we edit this after the break? it is our findings as to what constitutes the neighborhood. mr. mcdonnell: you just agreed on something. i have
locations for these artificial turf playing fields. if you survey the city from the top of twin peaks, what you see stretching out in every direction is an expanse of concrete road race -- roadways. ms. hartley a green patch to be seen. and i have been seeing that a lot of the agreement is not really a dream but artificial turf. how can we be a green city when we replace this with artificial turf? supervisors, please do not let this be your legacy to san francisco. how about this. how about leasing this out for corporate offices? why do we not lease out city hall? mr. ginsberg, why do you not share an office, and then we can activate your office? this must not only stop, it must be reversed. no fees at the arboretum. no outside milan suggestible, -- now outside festival. perhaps mr. ginsburg does not belong on rec and park. he is unclear on what a part is. president chiu: thank you. next speaker, please. >> hello. i live in district 9. i am a soccer mom, a teacher, and a runner. my son played the last season. this was at the last of the season. while everyone agreed that the field itself wa
for this time of year. it is already 84 at the airport and humidity is down to 44%. the twins are 6 miles per hour. it is 88 degrees downtown. lower humidity and unseasonably warm temperatures will make for pleasant conditions. yesterday the isolated showers popped up and we will find out what happens in the rest of the forecast. >> under maryland law, your car could simply disappear and be sold out from under your nose. tonight at 11, we expose blossom says a license to steal. here's a preview -- >> from -- some local car owners say they had no intention of selling their vehicles but that did not matter. this woman's car disappeared from a street near her home. she discovered that they sold it. >> i never signed over my car. you cannot sell this on a person's signature for a car that does not belong to them. >> their car was sold, too. >> i cried because we put everything into that car. we didn't pay a lot by lot for us. >> how come the cars be sold when there was no title corporate ownership? tonight at 11, will reveal a maryland law that gives people a license to steal and shows you what h
and he no-hits the minnesota twins? >> johan santana, the first no-hitter in the mets history. >> and a no-hitter by the mariners! >> on the ground, from deep center, got him! and that's a perfect game! >> joe: it was a heckuva first half, wasn't it. five no hitters, two perfect games. and great ra l around major league baseball. there's the final from tonight. 8-0, the n.l. wins it. they have won three straight. matt cain the winner and the hitting stars were san francisco giants with the big swings, two-run shot by melky cabrera, and a three-run triple by pablo sandoval. so now we focus on the second half. this saturday mlb on fox has a big match-up when the mets meet the braves. the cardinals and reds, tigers and orioles. coverage starts at 3:30 eastern, 12:30 pacific. coming up next, except on the west coast, it's your late local news. for more information on tonight's game and the latest on major league baseball news, log on to mlb.com. for tim mccarver, joe buck saying so long from kansas city. you have been watching fox sports. home of the 2012 nlcs and the world series
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struggled his last two starts. prior to that he was lights out. joe mauer first up. and the minnesota twin has a one ball, one-strike count. hanrahan and jonathan papelbon getting loose for the n.l. out in their pen. that's strike 2. came in at 92 from miley. mauer is a three-time batting champ and he's in the hunt for that a. a .324 career hitter. 1-2. twenty-nine years old. he plays in a big park. his home runs are down. he has averaged .326, fourth best in the american league at the break. >> tim: one of the big reasons for that, with two strikes he hits the ball to left field. he's an average hitter -- >> joe: get down, wade miley. >> tim: that's a typical joe mauer at-bat. two strikes, goes the other way and takes miley up the middle. >> joe: that will bring in elvis andrus with billy butler coming into the on-deck circle and he's looking into the dugout to see if la russa is going to pop out of there. not yet. the only position player left for the a.l. is adam dunn. plenty of arms left in the bullpen for the national league. two of them getting ready. there's a pitch over, but low ba
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if apartments can have a 150 sq. ft. of living space, down from 220. that is just enough for a room with a twin bed and oven, refrigerator, a sink and a small kitchen table. did i say bathroom? no. joe vasquez is here with on who these shoe box apartments are geared towards. >> the small apartments in san fransisco could get smaller. >> a little cramped, it is a little cramped. >> patrick kennedy from a development firm showed me his life-size model of the tiniest apartment allowed by the state. a little smaller than the one being proposed for san fransisco. rant would start at $900 per month. he says that there are 50,000 new college students and 8000 workers in the technology field coming into services for every year. >> if we can build several thousand new units of housing for that demographic, single students and a single technology workers, we can relieve pressure. >> we fight all the time to make sure that renters live in decent housing conditions. >> but how decent would be, she wonders, if the tiny apartment becomes the new affordable housing? >> we're concerned about the precedent it s
. and the minnesota twin ha a one ball, one-strike count. hanrahan and jonathan papelbon getting loose for the n.l. out in their pen. that's strike 2. came in at 92 from miley. mauer is a three-time batting champ and he's in the hunt for that again. a .324 career hitter. 1-2. twenty-nine years old. he plays in a big park. his home runs are down. he has averaged .326, fourth best in the american league at the break. >> tim: one of the big reasons for that, with two strikes he hits the ball to left field. he's an average hitter -- >> joe: get down, wade miley. >> tim: that's a typical joe mauer at-bat. two strikes, goes the other way and takes miley up the middle. >> joe: that will bring in elvis andrus with billy butler coming into the on-deck circle and he's looking into the dugout to see if la russa is going to pop out of there. not yet. the only position player left for the a.l. is adam dunn. plenty of arms left in the bullpen for the national league. two of them getting ready. there's a pitch over, but low ball 1 to andrus. adam dunn is the guy left, the only position player on either side no
year's valentine." where did that come from? what's it about? >> i wrote this right after the twin towers went down. this was a poem i wrote for the next valentine's day. they could pump frenzy into air ducts and rage into reservoirs, dynamite dams and drown the cities, cry fire in theaters as the victims are burning, but i will find my way through blackened streets and kneel down at your side. they could jump a median, head-on, and obliterate the future, fit .45's to the hands of kids and skate them off to school, flip live butts into tinderbox forests and hellfire half the heavens, but in the rubble of smoking cottages i will hold you in my arms. they could send kidnappers to kindergartens and pedophiles to playgrounds, wrap themselves in old glory and gut the bill of rights, pound at the door with holy screed and put an end to reason, but i will cut through their curtains of cunning and find you somewhere in moonlight. whatever they do with their anthrax or chainsaws, however they strip-search or brainwash or blackmail, they cannot prevent me from sending you robins, all of them
testimonial at a hearing last year from stacy ritter, the twin daughters are both cancer survivors. they're 4 years old, they're twins. they're 4 years old, both were diagnosed with leukemia. hanna and madeline faced stem cell transplants, chemotherapy and total body eradiation. yet over time stacy said, we ended up bankrupt even with full insurance coverage. today hanna and madeline are happy, healthy 13-year-olds. and according to stacy, quote, my children now have protections from insurance discrimination based on their pre-existing cancer condition. they will never have to feel rescissions of their insurance policy if they get sick. they can look forward to lower health insurance cost and preventive care. we passed the affordable care act for people like stacy, hanna and madeline, we passed it for some of the people we heard from today at an earlier meeting and, madam speaker, i ask unanimous consent to submit their statements for the record. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. ms. pelosi: thank you. i urge my colleagues to think about them and to think about stacy and her childre
, when many women were swept up in the twin epidemics of hiv and crack. >> crack cocaine came along. of course, one of the first communities we saw all the devastation in was the african american communities. there was just a huge supply of the drug and just the mere addictive nature of the drug, a lot of people latched on very, very quickly. >> the most important thing about the crack cocaine epidemic was the degree to which it was marketed in black and in some latin communities as an aphrodisiac. this is a drug that will enhance sexual pleasure, this is a drug that will make you forget all the cares and woes of everyday life. and it will help you forget because the nature of the sexual experience you'll have will be just mind-blowing. >> narrator: a crack habit took everything. you'd sell whatever you had for the next hit. >> when there was nothing left, women were told, "well, baby, if you ain't got no money, you've always got you. and then there'd be a negotiation for a crack for sex exchange. in many instances, this kind of sexual bargaining, this kind of crack-related sex work
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